Nathan Adrian started swimming at the age of five, influenced by his siblings. Now, the five-time Gold Medalist is in Rio working on writing another chapter in his Olympic story.
Author: Mitch Gray
In the spirit of the Olympics, Chris and Annie Mello of CPM Fitness in Sioux Falls have come up with some “Everyday Olympics” that anyone can try at home or the gym.
A group of lawmakers looking at how to prevent drug abuse in South Dakota is meeting at the state Capitol.
Authorities have issued an arrest warrant for an Iowa man accused of intentionally injuring a South Dakota police officer in a hit-and-run incident.
Opponents of raising property and wheel taxes to help pay for road and bridge repairs in Yankton County have succeeded in bringing the issue to a public vote.
Those out for a night on the town in Sioux Falls have a new spot to check out.
For the second year, Trail Ridge Senior Living Community is hosting a golf tournament this week.
Step Big for Parkinson’s is an annual walk benefitting the South Dakota Parkinson Foundation. It is taking place this Saturday, August 20 at the Canaries Birdcage.
Two men convicted of assaulting another man on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation with a metal bar have lost their appeals to the 8th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals.
Aerodynamics Inc. has begun flights between South Dakota’s capital city and Denver, after a rocky two-year process.
The Rapid City Council has approved a voluntary retirement buyout program for long-term city employees that Mayor Steve Allender says could save the city hundreds of thousands of dollars in the long run.
No one was hurt during a rollover crash near 271st St and Cliff Avenue Sunday.
Hyatt, Sheraton, Marriott and Westin hotels in 10 states and the District of Columbia may have been targeted by hackers for months.
Authorities have identified a Missouri man who died in a motorcycle crash at the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally in western South Dakota.
For the past four years, Riverfest has been the unofficial, last big “hurrah” of the summer.
Rugby is making its return to the Olympic Games for the first time since 1924.
A fire in Spearfish destroyed a mobile home and several vehicles.
A new gambling compact between the state of South Dakota and the Yankton Sioux would enable the tribe to double the number of slot machines at its Fort Randall Casino.
South Dakota State University has scheduled an open house for its new $65 million stadium.
Carnival season is upon us! And if you have fair food on your mind, now is the time to enjoy. But be careful, those calories can add up quick.